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Pesky Wesky 24th June 2019 02:36 PM

Summer 2019
 
They say it's going to be a hot one!
https://cadenaser.com/ser/2019/06/20...nerico20190620


In the above article they say that the first heatwave of the summer has not been confirmed, but today it was.

Quote:

Spain braces for first heat wave of the summer

Temperatures are forecast to rise above 35C across the peninsula and the Balearic Islands from Wednesday
https://elpais.com/elpais/2019/06/24...21_277402.html


The spring was hot and dry - the stats that they give for Madrid is that average spring rain fall is 60 litres per sq metre and this year it was 2 :eek:!!

Williams2 24th June 2019 03:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pesky Wesky (Post 14894562)
They say it's going to be a hot one!
https://cadenaser.com/ser/2019/06/20...nerico20190620


In the above article they say that the first heatwave of the summer has not been confirmed, but today it was.


https://elpais.com/elpais/2019/06/24...21_277402.html


The spring was hot and dry - the stats that they give for Madrid is that average spring rain fall is 60 litres per sq metre and this year it was 2 :eek:!!

Well we've had the deluge in Asturias for the past couple of days with heavy mist on the hills, let alone
up in the mountains. So these imminent heatwave predictions look a million miles away here in Northern Spain.
In fact Spring was pretty cool and cold overnight for much of the season as well; in fact I only put my
radiators away last week whereas in previous years, they would have been put away around the first
week of May.

So to quote the BBC Weather news for Europe - Cooler in Portugal with the remnants of a frontal system
bringing more cloud and rain into Northern Spain during the week.


In fact there's a rain bearing cloud stubbornly hovering over Asturias in the BBC animated weather news,
which means for those looking to cool off - look no further than Asturias for that breath of fresh air
this week.

Pesky Wesky 24th June 2019 04:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Williams2 (Post 14894584)
Well we've had the deluge in Asturias for the past couple of days with heavy mist on the hills, let alone
up in the mountains. So these imminent heatwave predictions look a million miles away here in Northern Spain.
In fact Spring was pretty cool and cold overnight for much of the season as well; in fact I only put my
radiators away last week whereas in previous years, they would have been put away around the first
week of May.

So to quote the BBC Weather news for Europe - Cooler in Portugal with the remnants of a frontal system
bringing more cloud and rain into Northern Spain during the week.


In fact there's a rain bearing cloud stubbornly hovering over Asturias in the BBC animated weather news,
which means for those looking to cool off - look no further than Asturias for that breath of fresh air
this week.

I was in the north at the weekend, in Bilbao. 32!

Megsmum 24th June 2019 04:56 PM

Cant remember the last rainfall here.... a shower in April.....

baldilocks 24th June 2019 05:04 PM

Today is a little cooler at 30. Forecast is for 39 at the weekend (for those who haven't got the hang of Celsius, 39 is 102 in old money.)

Alcalaina 24th June 2019 06:31 PM

Spring was definitely cooler than normal down here. Didn't take the duvet off the bed until this weekend. As for this week's heatwave, we aren't predicted to go beyond 34 as we are somewhat cooled by Atlantic breezes.

baldilocks 24th June 2019 06:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alcalaina (Post 14894626)
Spring was definitely cooler than normal down here. Didn't take the duvet off the bed until this weekend. As for this week's heatwave, we aren't predicted to go beyond 34 as we are somewhat cooled by Atlantic breezes.

We have recently had the rest of our windows (except for the attic) changed from wooden single glazed to uPVC double glazed and at the same time improved the insulation on the back (exposed) wall which gets the weather and the sun. It has gone from a single leaf (2-3 inches thick) to having 3 inches of rockwool and plasterboard on the inside. Yesterday with the temp of about 30 outside, it was decidedly coolish indoors and I even thought about slipping on a cardigan.

Williams2 24th June 2019 10:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pesky Wesky (Post 14894600)
I was in the north at the weekend, in Bilbao. 32!

Bibao's temps different to Asturias - Averaged no higher than 18 C in Asturias today with the overnight forecast for Fog.
Check AccuWeather if you don't believe it.

Looking ahead:
Tuesday 25th June
Periods of clouds and sun with showers and possibility of a thunderstorm. Average my area will be 19C.

Wednesday 26th June
A blend of sun and clouds, a couple of showers and a thunderstorm. Average my area will be 21C.

Thursday 27th June
Average my area will be 20C.

Friday 28th June
Average my area will be 20C.

Saturday 29th June
Average my area will be 19C.

Pesky Wesky 24th June 2019 11:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Williams2 (Post 14894672)
Bibao's not in Asturias .

Yes, I am aware of that Williams!!:D:
I just meant to say that not everywhere in the north will be experiencing cool weather. I use aemet for the weather forecast. http://www.aemet.es/es/eltiempo/pred...-xixon-id33024
I'll be in Asturias again in July, Taramundi area this time :)

Williams2 25th June 2019 09:09 AM

Still cool in Asturias today - Oviedo for example has mist & fog, temperatures 16 C and feels like 18 C.


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